What did Americans think about the presidential elections on Election Day last year? VOA Khmer's Hong Chenda narrates.
The International Criminal Court has opened a preliminary investigation into US actions in Afghanistan.
It was a departure from the cult of personality Hun Sen has cultivated as a self-made rebel rather than an entitled member of the ruling class, observers told VOA.
Following the dissolution of Cambodia's only credible opposition party, the country's Prime Minister Hun Sen held a ceremony at Angkor Wat to pray for happiness and peace.
Mu Sochua’s presence in Jakarta was in defiance of a threat of arrest and extradition from Hun Sen against opposition politicians if they visited Asian countries to lobby for the CNRP.
George Edgar added that E.U. inspectors were also assessing Cambodia’s eligibility for the preferential trading scheme known as Everything But Arms.
The deportations are 'likely' to happen in two 'batches,' and the first group will be removed before holidays.
Cambodian official, in Facebook post, accuses Washington of trying to destroy relations.
The State Department declined to name which Cambodians had been specifically targeted by the visa ban.
Both Funcinpec and the CNP assumed seats vacated by the CNRP after the court decision last month.
State Department responds to "anti-democratic actions” by Cambodian government.